DIY Easy Fox Print Sweater Tutorial

Make your own pretty Christmas Sweater this year. You can make any animal or any ‘thing’ you like. It’s easy to make with this no sew tutorial!

What the Pineapple Print was for Summer, that’s what the Fox print is for Fall. Or at least in my closet. I’ve been going crazy over foxes lately. They are the perfect combination between a cat and a dog. Ca-ute!



What you’ll need:

  • A sweater
  • Different colors of fabric
  • Fabric glue

  • How to make your own cute & easy Fox Stencil Print Sweater for Fall | DIY by The Makeup Dummy

    Cut out your shapes. I choose pleather (faux leather) because I had lots of scraps from other DIYs and it doesn’t fray or crease. But you can use different fabrics if you like.

    For the top red part with the foxs’ears, I started with half a circle. I drew an ear on one side. Then I folded the fabric in half and cut out the shape, to make sure it was symmetrical.

    For the lower part, draw a heart. I made the point a little rounder. Next you will need the insides of the ears, 2 eyes and a nose. I used three different colors of fabric in total.

    How to make your own Fox Print Sweater tutorial | DIY by The Makeup Dummy

    I decided where everything would go and then I got out my trusty fabric glue. With a sponge I distribute the fabric glue evenly on the back of each part.

    How to make your own Fox Print Sweater Tutorial | DIY by The Makeup Dummy

    Cover your design with a book and let it dry overnight.

    The next day you can drop jaws with your animalistic sweater print!

    3 Comments

    1. Raquel 29 November 2015 at 18:11

      Aaaah! This is so cute! I will definitely be going through my scrap fabrics ASAP so I can make my own =D Thanks for sharing this awesome idea! <3

      Reply
      1. The Makeup Dummy 29 November 2015 at 18:33

        Yay! I’m glad you like it as much as I do. Let me know how it turns out!

        Reply
    2. Shaar 7 December 2015 at 23:23

      This is so creative and cute. Def going to try this. (on a old sweater first 😉 )

      Reply

    Leave A Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.